Mocking the Draft podcast: Discussing updated 2014 NFL Draft rankings on Episode 14

Phil Sears-US PRESSWIRE

Eugene Monroe is the main topic discussion on Episode 14 of Mocking the Draft.

On Epsiode 14 of Mocking the Draft, SB Nation's NFL Draft podcast, we unveil our updated position rankings for the 2014 NFL Draft. We also discuss the Eugene Monroe trade and how it will affect the 2014 NFL Draft. We dove into the Levi Brown trade as well and tried to figure out what exactly Pittsburgh was thinkings.

The main event of the podcast was our positional rankings. After five weeks of college football, plenty of players have moved up and down the list.

We also took some NFL Draft questions from the listeners., which led to further discussion of the Jaguars and a breakdown of Oregon State wide receiver Brandin Cooks.

Also on the podcast, Dan gets progressively sadder as the show goes on as the Indians season slips away.

If you want to have a question answered on the show, comment in the box below or find us on Twitter @MockingtheDraft or @MatthewFairburn. Listen to the entire episode below and find us on iTunes by searching Mocking the Draft.

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